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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker joined Neil Cavuto this afternoon for his first interview since being named the chair of the Republican Governors Association.

With the Republican Party holding the presidency, Senate and House, Walker said he has a new political mission: keeping the GOP in power in the states.

"The Republican Party is alive and well, and it all began in the states," Walker said.

He said now that they have power, it's "put up or shut up time" for the party.

"We've got to go big and we've got to go bold and we've got to do it early," Walker said. "We're excited about the possibility of what can happen that will really transform this country going forward, not just in the short-term, but for the long haul as well."

"Republicans are going to be united, I think, overwhelmingly in seeing that go forward."

Watch the interview above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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